Hello all, I wanted to share my discovery and upcoming adventure with the included pictured watch. Hopefully it will be entertainment and knowledge for those interested. I have owned this watch since the very early 1980’s ..purchased in a cache of pockets from a gold scraper ( who didn’t want to scrap em ) gold was in the $200’s after peaking to $800 or so ....anyway the dealer sold me the “lot” of pocket watch’s for $125.00 each .....large and small 10k-18k ....take all or none. It is only via my accumulated knowledge shared by members on this site that I am able to post this watch I wish to thank John, Graham and Omexa for there previous posts on T. F. Cooper . I believe the photos mostly speak for themself. However, one cannot see the duplex escapement wheel or possibly more interesting..... down in the cave.a gleam of red. I’m not sure if I’m looking at the impulse jewel or by chance a ruby roller. The balance on this watch is free and will spin for 2 seconds or so ....however it is wound tight. So it’s off tomorrow for bench work ....I will be pleased to post photos of exactly what’s what upon disassembly. I would very much appreciate any thoughts on a ruby roller and cautions for disassembly ...regards to all.